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Rachel Reed

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Recent Posts by Rachel Reed:

by Rachel Reed, on 6/27/19 12:39 PM

Sales channel incentives done correctly and with the right technology can motivate channel partners and sales reps to perform their best, meet and exceed goals, and even boost employee engagement …

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Topics:salesChannel Incentives

by Rachel Reed, on 6/20/19 12:41 PM

The workforce is aging. American employees ages 65 and older (referred to as mature workers or perennials) make up the fastest-growing labor pool in the US. The U.S. Bureau of …

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Topics:Generations

by Rachel Reed, on 6/12/19 1:52 PM

Generation Z, the world's youngest generation, is beginning to enter the workforce. Here's what you need to know. Members of Generation Z (born roughly between 1995 and 2010) are entering …

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Topics:Employee RecognitionGenerationsGen Z

by Rachel Reed, on 6/11/19 11:03 AM

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the hospitality sector has an annual turnover rate of 73.8%, with over 6% of staff leaving every month. Whether it’s turnover, lack of …

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Topics:Employee EngagementEmployee RecognitionHospitality

by Rachel Reed, on 6/6/19 12:27 PM

Employee recognition all comes down to saying thanks. For a job well done, putting in the extra effort, thinking outside the box. Recognition empowers employees to perform their best. Sometimes …

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Topics:Employee Recognition

by Rachel Reed, on 5/30/19 12:10 PM

The Life Sciences industry includes the fields of biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, biomedical technologies, life systems technologies, nutraceuticals, cosmeceuticals, food processing, environmental, biomedical devices, and organizations and institutions that devote the majority …

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Topics:Employee EngagementPharmaceuticalsIndustry

by Rachel Reed, on 5/23/19 10:18 AM

Employee engagement is defined as the emotional commitment the employee has to the organization and its goals. An engaged employee is one that is enthusiastic about their work and is …

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Topics:Employee EngagementEmployee Recognition

by Rachel Reed, on 5/16/19 11:42 AM

What’s going on with your employees? Are they engaged? Ready to leave? Here are a few statistics that may catch your eye. Only 12 percent of employees actually leave an …

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Topics:Employee EngagementEmployee Recognition

by Rachel Reed, on 5/8/19 1:00 PM

One study by the Social Market Foundation found that happy employees are up to 20% more productive than unhappy employees. In fact, companies with engaged employees outperform those without them …

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Topics:Employee Engagement

by Rachel Reed, on 5/1/19 11:23 AM

Meetings. Love, hate, tolerate–necessary evil, or unnecessary waste of time? Several studies have addressed how employees feel about meetings–ineffective, inefficient, and distracting. These grievances are more than just grumblings and …

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Topics:Employee Engagement